When I was growing up, the kids used to call me four-eyes and make fun of my thick glasses. I hated it and would try and do without them, but to be pretty honest I'm quite blind without them, so it would never last that long. Now I wear contact lenses, and it's so much easier to do all of the activities that I love without constantly trying to adjust my glasses. I only wish I had switched to contact lenses years ago. This blog is all about making the switch to contact lenses for people who need heavy prescription lenses.
Glaucoma is characterised by the build-up of fluid pressure inside the eye. If the condition is not managed, the high pressure will cause significant damage to the optic nerves. As a result, the ability to process visual information will be compromised, and permanent vision loss might occur. Fortunately, there are different methods of managing glaucoma. One of the most favourable options is the use of medical eye drops. Eye drops are effective for reducing intraocular pressure, and the medication does not present high risks like surgical intervention. [Read More]